"Painting in one line is an experimental technique, the artist says; he doesnt really think of the forms of faces that come out, or the colour he uses, it is pure immediacy and creativity.
Focusing on the One line, Reda's art is based on the realms of immediacy.
What motivates and inspires him is that the moment, present...
The artists inspiration comes from Niels Kiené known as Salventius.
Being born in Beirut and raised in West African countries has built a sense of diversity into his life and characteristics within his art, but also how to live in the present. Reda believes that us humans waste time living in the past and thinking about the future and uses colours to explore feelings and emotions, and lines to explore mass and volumes to create the imminence.